First publishedin Aggregates Business Europe
Hyundai's new HX130 LCR is a useful quarry utility machine
Hyundai’s HX130 LCR is the third compact-radius excavator model in the company’s HX series product line. The 13tonne machine, a useful utility model around quarry sites, is also available in a second standard configuration, the HX130 LCRD, which includes a dozer blade. The new machine is the 15th HX series excavator model.
The HX130 LCR is powered by a 55kW Perkins 854F Tier 4 Final/Stage IIIB diesel engine. The model’s diesel particulate filter- (DPF) equipped engine delivers optimum power and fuel efficiency, without the need for selective catalytic reduction (SCR). This spares users any hassle with AdBlue.
The LCR model has a standard operating weight of 12.93tonnes, while the LCRD model’s standard operating weight is 13,56tonnes. It achieves a maximum dig depth of 5.57m, maximum digging reach of 8.22m, and provides a bucket digging force of 10,369kgf. The HL130 LCR excavator is equipped with a standard 0.59m³ capacity, 40.6 in wide 1.03m bucket.
The new Hyundai HX130 LCR fills an important gap in Hyundai’s excavator line-up. The market demand is growing for this weight class, especially for compact-swing machines that give contractors the added versatility of working in confined spaces.
Hyundai sums up the HX130 LCR as a combination of power, performance, convenience and serviceability, that comes packed with safety features.